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The last time I did a song that mentioned minimal everyone complained and said it was too busy so I decided to build a song on only two notes. I dumbed down the bassline as much as I could without having a seizure and fought to keep only 2 voices for most of the song. I could not stop myself from adding the synth solo at the end and the piano triads which added another 4 notes.
As for the ambient part, I used recent field recordings that I just added to Freesound over an almost drone like intro. I spent a total of about 30 minutes recording this song with as little editing and processing as possible.
This audio is part of the collection: NoiseCollector
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Artist/Composer: Digi Hartatak
Keywords: minimal; ambient; instrumental; electronica; freesound
Creative Commons license: Attribution 3.0
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Subject: Very nice
As Keef said, "It's not what you play, but what you don't play" (or words to that effect).
I like this one NoiseCollector. Lots of lovely spaces and gaps to fall though.
That rain did get a bit too busy at the beginning though ;0)
Subject: There's too much going on
I just want to hear my own heartbeat.
Nah, it's pretty cool. I like the long intro and
then it's very effective when the drums come in.
NIce rain and storm sounds, really rather er uh, ambient.
Somewhere Eno's nose hairs are twitching.